ART & DESIGNER TOY EXHIBITION: PABLO LLORENS. The Truth of Pinocchio

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Between the days 22-29 November, coinciding with the celebration of the International Puppet Festival in the city of Tolosa (Spain), “Titirijai 2014, ART TOY GAMA Collective have organized in GKO Gallery http://www.gko-gallery.com –Tolosa-, an ART TOY exhibition entitled "The truth of Pinocchio. A different way of storytelling" and will participate artists from Japan, USA, Italy, France, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Canada, Indonesia and Spain...
 
Artist of STOP -MOTION ANIMATION from SPAIN ... PABLO LLORENS (YouTube)
 
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This Art Work  presented here
and that will be part of the Exhibition is available for presale NOW!
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The piece has been done by Pablo Llorens (design)
 
and Markus Mayer (construction)
 
 
Our natural tree Pinocchio is caught in a processed wood packaging material,
but thanks to its extendable nose gets exposed to sunlight
and the green shoots starting to bloom ...

 
 
We have worked with wood, branches both from nature and processed wood slats.
We like the contrast between the parties that remain
as they are original and have been widely treated and manipulated.
 

 

Pinocchio has been represented in a thousand different ways, s
o we wanted to distinguish ourself by doing the material (wood) the protagonist;
after all Pinocchio is the product of a carpenter, or not?


 



 

 





 
BIO

From his beginnings in animation, Pablo Llorens has worked all facets with clay,
from amateur short films in super 8 mm to more refined advertising as the euro campaign,
 going, of course, for his series projects and also which is the test of the first animated feature film in this technique in the Spanish state, “Juego de Niños” (1999).
 Worker and creator, two words that sometimes do not go too close together,
 in the case of Pablo Llorens are his signs of identity.
With two Goya awards to his credit (maximum awards in Spanish cinema),
one for the faller psycho-thriller by  "Caracol, col, col" (1995)
and the second by the fanta-science surreal " El enigma del chico croqueta" (2005),
the two faces that define the Pablo Llorens as an author.

 
 

 
 
 
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